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We never discover the value of things till we have lost them.


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O, the mulberry-tree is of trees the queen! Bare long after the rest are green; But as time steals onwards, while none perceives Slowly she clothes herself with leaves.

O, the mulberry-tree is of trees the queen! Bare long after the rest are green; But as time steals onwards, while none perceives Slowly she clothes herself with leaves.



With faces like dead lovers who died true.

With faces like dead lovers who died true.



Every man for himself, and the Devil take the hindmost.

Every man for himself, and the Devil take the hindmost.



according to the old joke, married people are often like little boys bathing, who cry with chattering teeth to the boys on the shore, 'Do come in, it's so warm' - it is not always warm.

according to the old joke, married people are often like little boys bathing, who cry with chattering teeth to the boys on the shore, 'Do come in, it's so warm' - it is not always warm.



Ethics, as has been well said, are the finest fruits of humanity, but they are not its roots

Ethics, as has been well said, are the finest fruits of humanity, but they are not its roots



A person who is careless about money is careless about everything, and untrustworthy in everything.

A person who is careless about money is careless about everything, and untrustworthy in everything.



It is not work that kills, but "worry."

It is not work that kills, but "worry."



Those whose own light is quenched are often the light-bringers.

Those whose own light is quenched are often the light-bringers.



How the sting of poverty, or small means, is gone when one keeps house for one's own comfort and not for the comfort of one's neighbors.

How the sting of poverty, or small means, is gone when one keeps house for one's own comfort and not for the comfort of one's neighbors.



Young Dandelion On a hedge-side Said young Dandelion Who'll be my bride? Said young Dandelion With a sweet air, I have my eye on Miss Daisy fair.

Young Dandelion On a hedge-side Said young Dandelion Who'll be my bride? Said young Dandelion With a sweet air, I have my eye on Miss Daisy fair.





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The temptation to spend money increases as a person’s opportunities increase.



My sweet spot is figuring out how to make a product that people love and how to refine it to make them love it more. All the rest is business noise.

My sweet spot is figuring out how to make a product that people love and how to refine it to make them love it more. All the rest is business noise.



I've actually made a prediction that within 30 years a majority of new cars made in the United States will be electric. And I don't mean hybrid, I mean fully electric.

I've actually made a prediction that within 30 years a majority of new cars made in the United States will be electric. And I don't mean hybrid, I mean fully electric.



I can be stupid sometimes.

I can be stupid sometimes.



It is very, very hard to do that ballroom dancing and I am going to be nowhere near it. Now if you have a hot dog eating contest, call me.

It is very, very hard to do that ballroom dancing and I am going to be nowhere near it. Now if you have a hot dog eating contest, call me.



The great end of all arts is to make an impression on the imagination and the feeling. The imitation of nature frequently does this. Sometimes it fails and something else succeeds.

The great end of all arts is to make an impression on the imagination and the feeling. The imitation of nature frequently does this. Sometimes it fails and something else succeeds.



It should not be hard for you to stop sometimes and look into the stains of walls, or ashes of a fire, or clouds, or mud or like places, in which...you may find really marvellous ideas.

It should not be hard for you to stop sometimes and look into the stains of walls, or ashes of a fire, or clouds, or mud or like places, in which...you may find really marvellous ideas.



The drop grows happy by losing itself in the river.

The drop grows happy by losing itself in the river.



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Cinema’s characteristic forte is its ability to capture and communicate the intimacies of the human mind.



In point of substantial merit the law school belongs in the modern university no more than a school of fencing or dancing.

In point of substantial merit the law school belongs in the modern university no more than a school of fencing or dancing.




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